Travel tech key to tourism industry post-Covid

“To stay afloat during the MCO, we tried pivoting to various different business models that will bring in revenue. We do grocery delivery, frozen food delivery, trying to stay afloat while hoping for the Covid situation to recover, ” said Tourplus founder and chief executive officer Rickson Goh.

TRAVEL is one of the sectors most affected by the lockdowns imposed by countries in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. With borders closed and travel restricted, travel and travel-related players are feeling the brunt of an industry put on pause.

Many have scaled back their operations, changed their business model or have been put out of business. It is, no doubt, a challenging period for them – even for the ones that are digital-based.

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